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OppFi Puts Entire One Pru Space Up for Sublease 

OppFi, an online consumer lender that went public last year, is offering its nearly 80,000-square-foot office in One Pru at 130 E. Randolph St. In Chicago’s East Loop to new users, Crain’s Chicago Business reported. The space spans four floors at the 41-story building and could be subleased through part or all of OppFi’s lease term through August 2030. 

“While we would love to retain our premier space downtown, we believe that our company can continue to operate efficiently and effectively with a hybrid model,” the company said. 

OppFi plans to retain some space but is open to subleasing the entre office and relocating, said Cushman & Wakefield’s Dan Maslauski, who is marketing the space on behalf of the company. 

As of July 1, there were nearly 6.3 million square feet of downtown offices available for sublease, or 95% more than when the COVID-19 pandemic began, according to CBRE data. 


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Cushman & Wakefield's Maslauski

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